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Make a story map of Goldilocks & the 3 Bears – draw a path down the middle of a large piece of paper. Write ‘Once upon a time’ at one end & ‘The End’ at the other. Then retell the story with the children & add basic drawings along the sides of the path (e.g. 3 bears/a girl/3 bowls etc) - take turns walking down the path & retelling the story (“,)

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A bubbling fountain in the middle of a decorative metal grate. My kids love to play with this small, simple water feature for hours! I think it would be a fun design to include in a home garden.

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This is SO accurate! Made me giggle I'm a first born for my mum and dad and also a middle born due to my mums previous.... I am a blend of both according to this!! And describes me very well! My boyfriend is a last and described him perfectly!!!!

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Middle Childhood: Cognitive- This graphic is beneficial to understanding the types of play that can be beneficial to the cognitive growth of children. It is important for kids to participate in activities that furthers their development and this graphic overall discusses that.
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9 Types of Play and Why They Matter #Infographic

Middle Childhood: Cognitive- This graphic is beneficial to understanding the types of play that can be beneficial to the cognitive growth of children. It is important for kids to participate in activities that furthers their development and this graphic overall discusses that.

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Wonder Wall

Wonder Wall - a place for children to catch their wonders... They can jot down their questions (or have you scribe them if they’re not yet writing), post them on the wall, & then when you have a better opportunity you can come back & find the answers. Using children’s own questions to explore a subject is a great way to encourage motivated learning (",)

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another visual activity easy to share and make with kids. You could do more in depth work with this initial tool: Life stories. Ref. Social work, therapy, transition from fostering to leaving care or adoption.

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